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A conversation with Archbishop Cupich on the Synod with the Vatican Press Corps

17. okt. 2015 - 

"The Germans along with other countries and cultures are making a singular contribution. They are in touch with a theological tradition. They have some very important voices that are well educated, and they bring that voice to the table. So I weigh them as I do all the others; I listen to what they have to say and I’m very respectful. They come with a great theological tradition. "


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Vatican Radio: Pope Francis: full text of remarks at Synod opening

5. okt. 2015 - 

Dear brothers, as I have said, the Synod is not a parliament in which to reach a consensus or a common accord there is recourse to negotiation, to deal-making, or to compromise: indeed, the only method of the Synod is to open up to the Holy Spirit with apostolic courage, with evangelical humility and confident, trusting prayer, that it might be He, who guides us, enlightens us and makes us put before our eyes, with our personal opinions, but with faith in God, fidelity to the Magisterium, the good of the Church and the Salus animarum.

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Vatican Radio: Pave Frans' pressemøde i flyet retur til Rom

28. sept. 2015 - 

"You asked me about barriers. You know what happens to all walls. All of them. All walls fall. Today, tomorrow or in 100 years, they will fall. It’s not a solution. The Wall isn’t a solution. In this moment, Europe is in difficulty, it’s true. We have to be intelligent. We must find solutions. We must encourage dialogue between different nations, to find them. Walls are never solutions. But bridges are, always, always."

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zenit: Pope’s Off-the-Cuff Address to Families

27. sept. 2015 - 

And well, the family is beautiful, but it is costly. It brings problems. In the family, sometimes there is enmity. The husband fights with the wife or they give each other dirty looks, or the children with the parents … I advise one thing: Never end the day without making peace in the family. In a family, a day cannot end at war. 

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Pave Frans' prædiken ved messen i Madison Square garden.

26. sept. 2015 - 

"Vi befinder os i Madison Square Garden, et sted som er synonymt med denne by. Det er stedet, hvor vigtige sportsbegivenheder,  kunstarrarrangementer og koncerter finder sted, begivenheder, dertiltrækker mennesker ikke kun fra denne by, men fra hele verden. På dette sted, som repræsenterer både diversiteten  og de fælles interesser hos så mange forskellige mennesker - her har vi lyttet til ordene: 'Folket, der vandrede i mørket, har set et stort lys' (Esajas 9,1)."

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Pave Frans's tale ved Ground Zero

25. sept. 2015 - 

I feel many different emotions standing here at Ground Zero, where thousands of lives were taken in a senseless act of destruction. Here grief is palpable. The water we see flowing towards that empty pit reminds us of all those lives which fell prey to those who think that destruction, tearing down, is the only way to settle conflicts. It is the silent cry of those who were victims of a mindset which knows only violence, hatred and revenge

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Pave Frans's tale til FN's generalforsamling

25. sept. 2015 - 

The common home of all men and women must continue to rise on the foundations of a right understanding of universal fraternity and respect for the sacredness of every human life, of every man and every woman, the poor, the elderly, children, the infirm, the unborn, the unemployed, the abandoned, those considered disposable because they are only considered as part of a statistic.  This common house of all men and women must also be built on the understanding of a certain sacredness of created nature.

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Pave Frans's tale til kongressen i Washington

24. sept 2015 - 

"A nation can be considered great when it defends liberty as Lincoln did, when it fosters a culture which enables people to “dream” of full rights for all their brothers and sisters, as Martin Luther King sought to do; when it strives for justice and the cause of the oppressed, as Dorothy Day did by her tireless work, the fruit of a faith which becomes dialogue and sows peace in the contemplative style of Thomas Merton."

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